In anticipation of Tribe’s upcoming Pitchfork Music Festival appearance, check out some of their performance clips from the past and present.
The MC talks about seeing the White Stripes at a Detroit dive bar, finding solace in the croons of Cee-Lo Green while in jail, quitting a job to listen to Nas, and the genius of David Bowie.
Solange’s new record is stunning, a thematically unified and musically adventurous statement on the pain and joy of black womanhood.
After being pigeonholed as a lonely folk singer, Angel Olsen is reinventing herself as a rock’n’roller in a tinsel wig. It’s not her first transformation. Or her last.
We mark the end of James Murphy's band with a song-by-song account of its remarkable run.
On her debut, Polly Jean Harvey matched Patti Smith’s incandescence with Bessie Smith’s lasciviousness, outplayed everyone on the British indie circuit, and became an instant star.
After finding community in New York’s underground rock scene, Lætitia Tamko wants to set a welcoming example for weird black girls just like her.
Inspired by the galvanizing work of Kendrick Lamar and others, the producer’s new album Sirens mixes the political and the personal into an eclectic statement of purpose.
With his new album Mutant, experimental electronic maestro Alejandro Ghersi continues to use his ever-morphing sounds to break down binaries while delving deep into the flickering limbos between healing and chaos, masculine and feminine, and beauty and the grotesque. By Philip Sherburne.
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